By Peter Kropotkin
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Paulus. Stalin refused, saying: "A marshal would not be exchanged for a lieutenant". 46 CATASTROPHE: 1941 LENINGRAD BLOCKADED O n 8 September 1941, the German Army isolated Leningrad from the rest of Russia. Hitler decided not to storm the city but to reduce it by bombardment and starvation, the prelude to 900 days of unmitigated hardship, hunger and horror. There were 2,544,000 civilians in the city, 400,000 of them children and 340,000 in the suburbs, trapped in the greatest and longest siege endured by a modern city.
Left Take a tram-car to the front linel Tram-car No. 9 heading for the city limits. There, the conductor shouted: "Everybody off. This is the front. End of the line". People went to the front line passing through streets where they had gone to school as children. 48 CATASTROPHE: 1941 Left This famous picture shows victims of the German bombardment of Leningrad, the first of 65,000 citizens to die in the shell fire. On 4 September, German longrange siege guns opened fire on the city, shelling it day after day for more than two years.
After the "great panic", Moscow recovered its nerve. Moscow Radio announced that Stalin was in the city and would remain there, which had a positive effect on morale. 60 CATASTROPHE: 1941 INDUSTRY MOVES EAST I n 1941, the Soviet Union embarked not only on the greatest industrial migration in history but also on a second industrial revolution. The Evacuation Soviet began work in early July to shift major armaments plants to the east. At first, improvised evacuation worked badly: dismantling took place under air attack and railway lines were bombed.
Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal by Peter Kropotkin